HUDDERSFIELD wound up the season with an 8-4 victory over Boston Spa, which left the Lockwood Park side third in the Yorkshire Premier table while their visitors were relegated.

With nothing to play for Huddersfield showed why they are the top scorers in the division with some clinical finishing, particularly from Martin Hirst who bagged a hat trick and Simon Courtney who notched a brace.

Hirst and Steve Durrans twice put Huddersfield ahead in the first half only for Boston to level both times before Courtney and Rob Kelly sent the home side in 4-2 up at the break.

In the second half Greg Moorhouse scored his 38th goal of the season, while Hirst added two more to complete his hat trick.

Boston briefly rallied with another two strikes but, with Ali Ross showing off his skills in his final game, Huddersfield were well in command, and only sloppy finishing stopped them running up a rugby score.

Courtney had the last word when he popped up at the far post to flick past the despairing keeper.

Although disappointed to have missed out on promotion, Huddersfield must be reasonably pleased with their performance, particularly as they were only promoted two seasons ago and last year only stayed in the division on goal difference.

Moorhouse, 16, must take most of the plaudits with a staggering 38 goals in just 21 games, only failing to score in two matches. Huddersfield will be hoping the Yorkshire star continues to develop his all round game while still notching goals.

Team: Howarth, Courtney, Ross, Hannam, Gregory, Peachey, Kelly, Moorhouse, Durrans, Rogers, Hirst.

Syngenta 9 Leeds Adel 0

SYNGENTA men finished a successful season in style with a resounding 9-0 victory over Leeds Adel at Leeds Road Playing Fields.

Hat tricks from birthday boy Thomas Sowerby and top goalscorer Ben, who brought his tally to 50, reflected Syngenta’s dominance throughout this final game of the season.

The one-team club have played consistently both home and away this season and are looking forward to promotion to Yorkshire VII.

An influx of youth nurtured by experienced players has put the team on a firm footing with high hopes for the future.